Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau 1963

Peter Sellers as Inspector Clouseau 1963


By: Art Zelin

Edition of 100

Size : 13 x 19 inches framed

Stamped and signed by the Estate of Art Zelin

Chromogenic print

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Jun 24 - 01 Jul, 2024
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“In 2010, the film was selected to be preserved by the Library of Congress as part of its National Film Registry, being deemed “”culturally, historically, and aesthetically significant. Variety called the film “”intensely funny”” and “”Sellers’ razor-sharp timing … superlative.”” Comedic actor Peter Sellers was actually afraid of a specific color. Sellers had an unfortunate reputation for being very hard to get along with and, on set, would have people fired on the slightest whim and threw tantrums whenever things weren’t going his way. Seller’s fear of the color was so bad that it would lead to even more screaming fits if he saw purple near him. The staff even had to ensure that Sellers never had to stay in a hotel room that contained the color purple. And if you thought he wasn’t high-maintenance enough, he also couldn’t stand the color green. Reportedly, if someone was wearing green on set, Sellers would refuse to act alongside them.”

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